Cassadee Pope Returns To ‘The Voice’
For the first time, Voice coaches Kelly Clarkson, Alicia Keys, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton have recruited those who know best how to navigate and win the competition to advise their artists – former Voice champions. Winners Cassadee Pope, Jordan Smith, Chris Blue and Chloe Kohanski will serve as advisers for the coaches during the Knockout Rounds on The Voice, beginning Monday, April 2 (8-10 p.m. ET/PT).
The Voice Season 3 winner Cassadee Pope will advise Team Kelly. As an adviser during the Knockout Round, Pope will work with and mentor the remaining artists on Team Clarkson. Pope also released her new single today, titled “Take You Home.”
Warner Music Nashville Sr. VP Shane Tarleton To Take Part In Dancing For Safe Haven
Safe Haven Family Shelter (SHFS), the only shelter program of its kind in Middle Tennessee that serves families experiencing homelessness, has announced its 9th Annual Dancing for Safe Haven event. Shane Tarleton, Senior Vice President of Artist Development for Warner Music Nashville, along with other Nashville notables will take the dance floor in support of Safe Haven’s mission. The event will take place April 7 at Hilton Nashville Downtown, and will feature a dance competition of local celebrities paired with professional dancers, dinner, and more.
Others slated to take part include Moni Advani, Angela Bostelman, LaDonna Boyd, Savannah Grimm, Martha Ivester, Manish Shah, and Chris Simonsen. Judges will include Heather Byrd, Marcela Gomez and Bill Vandiver.
“What I really like about Safe Haven is that they are the only shelter-to-housing program in the Nashville area that supports the entire family,” Tarleton said. “Not only do they provide housing for families to stay together, but they offer educational programs for both the parents and the children. I am excited to participate and raise funds for the great work that they do in our community.”
Tarleton’s supporters can vote for him as their favorite dancer at dancing4safehaven.org.
Ashley McBryde Visits Ty, Kelly And Chuck
Ashley McBryde joined the set of Ty, Kelly and Chuck at their NASH Campus studios Friday morning (March 30) to discuss her new album Girl Going Nowhere, which released today.
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